Fox Pest Control helps clean up communities

|  October 7, 2019

Fox Pest Control, a pest control company with 18 branches in the United States, held its first annual company-wide Pick Up Trash project, cleaning up garbage and performing other charity work in the communities it services.

The Fox Pest Control team in Logan, Utah. PHOTO: FOX PEST CONTROL

The Fox Pest Control team in Logan, Utah. PHOTO: FOX PEST CONTROL

“Righteous living is one of Fox Pest Control’s core values. We believe that character matters all of the time, in and out of the work place,” says Kezia Whitteker, director of marketing for Fox Pest Control. “It was awesome that our teams were able to work together to give back to our local communities.”

More than 150 Fox Pest Control employees, across 13 branches, spent the morning collecting trash and refuse in their local communities from Shelton, Conn., to McAllen, Texas. Team members collected more than 120 bags of trash. Some also painted fences and trimmed overgrowth.

Fox Pest Control team members in Baton Rouge, La. PHOTO: FOX PEST CONTROL

Fox Pest Control team members sport their clean-up gear in Baton Rouge, La. PHOTO: FOX PEST CONTROL

Fox Pest Control branches coordinated the work with local parks and recreation departments to maximize the impact of the clean up efforts.

“We are thrilled with the philanthropy efforts of our team and are excited for 2020, as it will bring even more opportunities for our Fox family to give back,” says Whitteker.

Fox Pest Control offers general pest management services, including for ants, termites, cockroaches bed bugs, mice and rats, and more. Each branch is locally owned and operated. Technicians receive classroom and on-the-job training, as well as opportunities for continued education.

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Ellen Kriz

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